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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, AUG: 28, 1012. .
ITfWromson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
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Honolulu StocK Exdiange
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NAME OF STOCK. Bid. Asked.
C Brewer & Co . . .
, Ewa plantation Co
; Hawaiian Acric. Co
1 law. Com. tthtjg. Co. ...
Honomu Sugar Co
Ilonokaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. .
Kahukn Plantation Co
Kekaha Sugar Co.
k KoIoa Sugar Co
McBryde Sugar Co. .... .
, Oahu Sugar Co.
, Onomea Sugar Co. ......
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd
Paauhau Sugar Plant Co.
Tacitfc Sugar M11U .... ..
Pala Plantation Co. ....
Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Picncer Mill jCo.
Wafalua Agric Co. . . . . . .
Walluku Sugr Co. ......
Wa i manalo Sugar Co. . . .
Walmea Sugar Mill Co. . .
; M I RCELLANCOUS.
Intcr-Island Steam N.Ca,
Hawaiian Electric Co. ...
IIos. Pu T. & I Co.. Prcf.
Hon. H. T. & L. Cb Com.
Mutual Telephone Co.
OahaR.&L. Co. ........
HI Jo IL R. Co.. Pfd.......
JUln It R. Co., Com.
Hon. B. & M. Co. .
Haw. Irrgtn, Co.. 6 . . . . .
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
T&njong 01 ok R.O, pd. up.
1 "anang nub. Co. .......
Hon. B. & M. Co. Ass. ..
BONDS. - ' ' ,'
Haw.Ter.4 (Fire CI.) ..
I la Wi Ter; 4 Putt. Imps
Haw. Ter. 4
Haw. Ter. 4H
I I aw. Ter. Sft
Cat. Beet Sug. Ref. Co. 6
Hon. Gas: Co., Ltd., &s.
I law. Com. & Sug. Co. 5
. HIIo It. R.C0.. Issue 1901
1 1 1 lo R. R. Ccs Con. 6 X . r. '
Ilonokaa'Sugai Co., ..
Hen. R. T. ft hi Co. 6 , .
ITaual Ry. Co. 6s. .... .
Kon&ia LMtcli Co. Cs . . . . . i
McBrydo Sugar Co. 6s, . .;
: !utual Tel. . . , , ; . ;
Oihu R. & L. Co. fi .. . .
Ohu Sugar Co. 5 ......
C Is a Sugar Co. 8 X v-. . . . .
Trc Sug. Mill Co. 6s , . . ; .
Tioneer Mill Co. 6; . , ..
Y,j alua Agric Co. 5 ; . .'
IC&tomas Con. 6s, ... . ; . .
I lawn. Irrigation Co."6
I I aniakua Ditch 6., .. .
. ;.: - - SALES. : ; .'
Between Boards SO . Haw. ; Sugar
cU. t3ahu 27, 80 Oahu 27; 20
Oahu .274,- 5 Oahu: 27; 25 Oahu
'Zl , b Oahu 27; : 40 Oahu 27, 30
Oahu' 27; ?10 Oahu, 27.-10 Oahu
27, 1000 Kauai Rwy 6s;i00; 25 H.
C. S; Co 25 Hlku 215, 5 Pala
135, 100 Honokaa 10,v50 J Olaa 6,
4000 'Irrigation 6s 101. ' ' v
Session ' Sales:20 ' Oahu 27, 5
Onomea 59, 15 Onomea .'59, 10
Oaomea' 59;, '25 Onomea 69, 100
Pineapple 44:. V - 1
: Latett cugar quotation: $11: cents,
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Umbers : Henolslo Stock and Bond
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FOIIT AKD XI EK CHAM STREETS
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l!:rry Armitagc & Co.,
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P. o; Cox 23 vv phone 2101
:;,;;. HONOLULU, HAWAII :
JJ ember Honolulu fitoclt and Bond
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I STOCK AKD BOND BBOKEBS
, SIcmbers Honolulu Stock and Bond
SUinjenwald Bldgr 102 Merchant SL
J. .; F. Morgan Co., Ltd.
"" -Vs' STOCK BROKERS
" Information Furnished and Loans
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857 KAAHUMANU STREET
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vr , Limited
the store for good
Etk' Buildina . , King Street
I11LUUUUUL IUUUI VV
Long, Heavy Hair?
Then treat your hair well. See
that it is properly fed. Growth
of every kind demands proper
food. Starved hair splits at the
ends, turns prematurely gray,
keeps short and dry. Then feed
your hair. Feed it with proper
food, a regular hair-food. Feed
it with AV er's Hanr Vigor. Thus
help nature all you possibly can
toward giving you rich, heavy,
luxuriant hair. Ask your doctor
aboutyour hair and about Ayer's
HaiTiVigor. Follow H5 advice. .
s nair vigor
DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR
hnmi by Of. 1. C Ayer A Ca totwrfl 4aiu. U, S. .
V K . you require; double-: ,
isidri lenses, you -yvill en-:
jbyKiry ptok Lenses.
With' them you iare; cer
tain of having becoming
gasses perfects for J tiearl
and far yievvahd entirely .':
free froni any odd appear
ance or suggestion or ad-
vancing years K "
They can ' be put into ;
"any style frame or mountn
ing or into your old ones, j
; HiffBii D-Faliweallei .
Sarrlson Block. Fort Street
AUDIT COMPANY OF
124 BETHEL 8TSEZT
P. 0. Box 648 Telephone 203d
Condncti all cl&ssei of Anditt md
InTcstiatioM, and fnrniihei Beporti
on all kindi of financial work r.
Suggestions given for simplifying
or; systematizing office woik. All
Night and Day Phone: 1325
THE HARRISON MUTUAL
From 1 to 10 years old... $2.50
From 10 to 30 years old.,. 3.50
From 30 to 40 years old. . . 4.50
From 40 to 50 years old. . . 5.50
From 50 to 60 years old. . . 6.50
J. D. Marques, Pres.
J. H. Townsend, Secy.
High Class Imitation
GEO. S. IKED A
Tel. 2500 .78 Merchant
OLAA IS GETTING
Olaa Sugar Company is having its
niue-roller mill converted into a
twelve-roller plant at the works of
Catton, Neill & Co.
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Honolulu Gains Another Fac
tory and a Brand New
President W. H. Hoogs, of the.'Al-
garoba Feed Company, Ltd.,- has se
cured a site for the company's mill.
It Is at the corner of Queen street and
"The mill will be equipped with the
largest sized crusher, having a ca
pacity of eight tons of crushed beans
a day," said Mr. Hoogs to a Star-
Bulletin reporter. "Being alongside
the railroad we can handle our raw
material and the output of the mill
iu a .satisfactory way. A warehouse
to carry about six thousand tons will
be erected. "
"We are swamped with orders for
the feed and if the business increases
as it promises, we. will-have to put
up three -or -four more - mills in theM
near. future. The demand is not sur
prising when it is considered that the
l ard .kernels of the pods contain over
nine per cent of : ptotein . and. about
twelve "per cent of sugar."
i With Mr. Hoogs.' as president, the
other officers of the company are:
Lee St. John Gilbert vice-president;
Oswald- t. John Gilbert, treasurer;
W. Dulsenberg, , secretary, and T. J.
King, auditor.- - The president, vice
president and treasurer.; own :most of
the capital stock of $24,000, the other
officers ' having one, share each, and
the capital represents the . shares of
the Renear Company, bought for' $20,
000, and the patent rights of , the Re
near . machine : in Mexico, bought for
$4,000. Charles .-W. Renear : Invented
the' crusher that 4s the basis of this
promising "new industry," which seems
destined ; to turn the enormous crop
of algaroba" tree beans into a valuable
staple of-animal feed.- As the tree
grows-luxuriantly In'. all sorts of "soil
throughout i the ; Islands, spreading
naturally' without planting or cultiva-
tton, it . would be hard tq set " a limit
on the supply of raw material.. . Un
til now, the beans have been gathered
here and there haphazard fashion by
owners ' of .stock and fed In the. raw.
By crushing?, their ralue is greatly
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PINEAPPLES GIVE NEW
1 : yODOR TO C0URTRD0M
Piaeapples; fresh and canned, strew-;
ed the t floor; of the police court-rooiu
this morning in such abundance that
the resulting ; aroma' reminded the on
looker of a cannery and drowned the
familiar odors ior which the 'local po
lice court is famous. -'
' Three men7;a Chinese, a Japanese,
and a Hawaiian Fere afraiyned: this
morning' with the eridence r Ah.' "Sing
and Homa being, charged with receiv
ing stolen property alleged to have
beeja taken from : the Thomas Pineap
ple Cannery.; Ltd..' at Kalihl by i Wil-
jliam Kaima; a Hawaiian, arrested and
charged with larceny in the second de-
i Owing to the fact that the evidence
would spoil, if allowed to. lie in the
evidence room of th . police station,
cognizance was taken of the submitted
evidence and it ywas turned over to
the complaining witnesses and the
cases of, the three prisoners were con
tinued until August 30.
- A combination of the sodawater fac
tories that are controlled by white
merchants is being planned.
Several such combinations have
been made in the past, but always
Independent factories 'would .oon
spring up and -restore competition. . So
fat as competition is concerned now
adays, however, the Asiatic makers
provide lots of it
Thomas Wheeler, 50 years old, a
farmer of Sugar Town, near Ellicott
ville,' Y., was gored to death by a
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people need more coal,
clothes and doctors
than the strong, robust
and hearty. '
saves coal bills, tailors
bills and doctors bills.
For a hack. ring up 2397. .
Elegantly furnished rooms with hot
and cold baths at Hotel Arlington.
The Underwood Typewriter Visible
none better. Wall, Nichols Co Ltd. '
Wanted Two more passengers for
around? the -island at fa.OO. .Lewis
Stables and Garage.-, Tel. 2141.
5 If-you .'want a goon Job done on an
auto or carriage take it to Hawaiian
Carriage Ufg. Co.,, 427 Queen St
, Dr. M. 1 E. Grossman Dentist has
resumed .'practice , at his offices, 1141
Alakea St. i.Office hourse, 9 to 4.
' Prof. L. A.' De Graca, Teacher of
Violin,? Mandolin, ' Banjo an; Guitar,
Studio, 175 Beretania; Phone 3643.
' The Territorial Messenger Service
Parcel. Delivery- Is Jooking for. a good,
reliable driver..; See classified column.
Pineapple soda jandHIfe's Root Beer
excellent summer drfnks--are ; bot
fled . by the ConsolidalerSoda Works!
-Phone 2171, w'. r
Bring. 10 Green; Stamps and one dol
lar ind geta complete Boy Scout suit
for; vacation.'. Green Stamp : Store,
Beretania j and Fort streets.
At the midday meeting' of the .Ad
Club tomorrow .there wlll , be. ah. elec
tion of-officersAvpaper on "Prac
tical Advertising from.fa ; Printer's
Standpoint'! will be read.; s
' At a meeting of : the Oahu " Ceme
tery Association yesterday, J. H.- So
per, P.' A. : Schaefer:. and ;Dr A. B.
Clark,- whosev terms had expired,; were
re-elected 'members - tf; the, , board of
t rusteea ; numbering 'nine. . . ;
wA G. Smithy assistant attorney gen
eral, left for; Hllo thts morning, to In
vestigate ; the charges against- Rufus
Lyman, accused of embezzlement, and
to attend' to some.minor af fairV on the
edurt calendarf ?thalf - circuit, i
n Louisa Rodrigues, ; f a--, Portuguese
girl,7 two and ; a halt years -of. age,
was -found drowned at a pond at Ka
lepolepo, Hawaii,: last Friday. she
had been playing at, the pondt-which
is close to .the homeof ber. parents.
Land Commissioner! Joshua Tucker
left today for Hiloy tb make assign
ment of the homestead lots of North
and - South Hllo ahd4 Hamakua, : on
which a drawing ;wai held fast Fri
day. There are: eighty-seven lots to
be assigned. Tucker fwill return Sat
urday or Tuesday. t
James Cameron, . the veteran team
luna for the Onomea V Sugar Company,
aied jast Wednesday-night at the Pe
peekeo hospital, heart failure being
the cause of death. He was about
feixty-five years of age. The deceas
ed leaves a son, Earl,- and three daugh
ters, Jessie, Lena '..and Mrs. McKen
?ie of Mountain -View.
Kiichi Tanigara, a ten-year-old Jap
anese boy, was struck by an automo
bile at the Waiakea, Hawaii, one mile
post last Tuesday afternoon, receiv:
ing injuries from which he died a few
hours later. He antl; other boys wer6
playing on the street, when the acci
dent happened, and a Coroner's jury
exonerated the chauffeur, Ajiro Ha-
mane, of Pahoa, from all blame.
Made from materials 70ven into
beautifalpatterMi of them
colored and others self-shaded.
The cut isv from i models which
practically guarantee fit ; a
They are without
point of ewjbf men who lrnow;;
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For Particulars Apply
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blackheads and oily skin may b
quickly overcome by the frequent
. - use of
Bar Hair mti WkUwIW i
Now is the
For the Qpenmg of the Schools
an equal from
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1 The Cleaning and Pressing of Ladles' Garments Is ander U10 per
sonal superTision of Mme. Jean Abadie." ' - l. ; " ' "
777 KING STREET JOHN ABADIE, Prop, TELEPHONE 1 n I
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